Miss Ghana 2022: Volta Region’s Miriam Xorlasi Tordzeagbo wins the 65th edition of Miss Ghana

Miriam Xorlasi Tordzeagbo is Miss Ghana 2022. Congratulations, Queen Mimi. The 22-year-old schoolteacher succeeds exiting Miss Ghana 2021 Queen Naa Morkor Commodore.

She was crowned on Sunday (August 14) in a glittering pageant ceremony at the Avenue Event Centre, East Airport Accra.

Although Miriam represented the Central Tongu District, she originally hails from Tongor Kaira, South Dayi District which is also in the Volta Region.

In her first Instagram post in which she shared an image of her Miss Ghana crown and her brandnew Hyundai car key, Miriam wrote, “I woke up like this.”

Who is Miriam Xorlasi Tordzeagbo

Miriam grew up in Battor Dugame, North Tongu District, Volta Region.

She graduated from Mafi Dove D.A Junior High School in Mafi-Dove, Central Tongu District in 2013. In 2016, she graduated from Adidome Senior High School in Adidome, Central Tongu District.

A pageant veteran, Miriam Xorlasi Tordzeagbo was the Face of Hosco 2017. In 2019, she graduated from the Holy Spirit College of Education in Ho, Ho Municipal District, Volta Region. She was Miss Hogbe Mafi 2019 and Face of Volta 2020’s second runner-up.

In 2021, she became a licensed Ghana Education Service teacher. In the same year, she won Miss Gnatlas North Tongu 2021 and Miss Gnatlas Volta 2021 third runner-up.

While teaching Ghana’s next generation of leaders, Miriam volunteers for Savana Signatures, a nongovernmental organization in the district. She also serves as the deputy commissioner for the Ghana Girls Guides Association and a member of Global Women Development Promoters (GIOWDEP).

Congratulations, Miss Ghana 2022 Queen Mariam. You’ve not only made your region proud but your nation as a whole.

We look forward to witnessing sweeping victory at your next stop- Miss World.





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